November 25, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Thanksgiving rush

A long line of vehicles moves down Key Avenue near U.S. Highway 281 South on Wednesday about 11:30 a.m. More...

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PEC sends out capital credits

Pedernales Electric Cooperative has announced it will distribute nearly $8.9 million in capital credits to members this year, raising the lifetime distribution to $99 million since 2007. More...

CTC opens registration

Registration for Central Texas College spring 2017 semester classes in Lampasas is underway now. Students can register at Lampasas High School through Dec. 15 and Jan. 3-13 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8 – 11:30 a.m. More...

Refurbishing the museum

Lampasas County Museum renovations are ongoing with exhibits and sections of the museum being set up for the Carol of Lights on the first weekend of December.  In the picture, Austin Cagle of Christy’s Cleaning dusts and cleans the glass o More...

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Public Notices

City of Lampasas Request for Qualifications The City of Lampasas is seeking Qualified Professional Engineering Services for design of Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Systems for the Old City Hall Building locate More...

County addresses pay plan questions

In a called meeting Monday, the Lampasas County Commissioners Court reaffirmed its plan for implementing a new pay system for county employees.  In July, before the 2017 fiscal year began, the court approved a Schedule A set of pay ranges for ad More...

Judge puts new overtime rules on hold

Judge Amos Mezzant of the U.S. District Court of Eastern Texas has issued a preliminary injunction against new overtime rules scheduled to go into effect Dec. 1.  The Lampasas Dispatch Record had a news story in the Nov. More...

BRIEFLY

Burn ban off   County Judge Wayne Boultinghouse has lifted the county’s burn ban. As a result, controlled outdoor fires are allowed in areas outside incorporated city limits.  More...

Life

Pet food drive set Sunday

Homebound residents to get help caring for pets

Friends of Lampasas Animal Shelter, Walmart and the Lampasas Senior Center’s Meals on Wheels program are teaming up to provide pet food for those who are homebound. A pet food drive will be offered Sunday at noon at Walmart.  More...

Scholarship offered

The Lampasas County Higher Education Center would like to thank William McLean for his endowment gift to the W. J. More...

Tour of Homes

Merritt Romans’ new building that houses his geology collection is one of five stops set up for the Christmas Tour of Homes on Dec. 4. More...

Sports

Badgers win back-to-back blowouts

89 points scored against Brownwood is team’s highest in years

The Badgers had two season-high performances this week: their biggest offensive night on Monday and their largest margin of victory on Tuesday. More...

New fieldhouse in use

Lampasas High School athletes began using the addition to the athletic fieldhouse earlier this month. More...

Big buck

Coy Harrison harvested this 10-point buck during the youth hunting weekend Oct. 29 on his father’s land in Nix.   More...